Yankee Doodle Boy The Yankee Doodle Dandy by ezw15872


									Yankee Doodle Boy / The Yankee Doodle Dandy
                                                                            Words & Music:
                                                                           George M. Cohan
 Cohan wrote this as part of his 1905 musical “Little Johnny Jones”; one of the first true
musicals on Broadway. This musical also yielded “Give My Regards To Broadway” & “You’re A
                 Grand Old Flag. I need the chords for the verses to this!

Bb                  C7        F7                  Bb
I'm a Yankee Doodle Dandy! A Yankee Doodle, do or die!
G7                      Cm          C7                      F7
A real live nephew of my Uncle Sam, born on the Fourth of July.
     Bb                    C7        F7                     Bb
I've got a Yankee Doodle sweetheart, she's my Yankee Doodle joy!
Bb      F7    Bb       F7     Bb     F7       Bb   Bb7
Yankee Doodle came to London just to ride the ponies.
C7      F7           Bb
I am a Yankee Doodle Boy!

I'm the kid that's all the candy, I'm a Yankee Doodle Dandy.
I'm glad I am, So's Uncle Sam.
I'm a real live Yankee Doodle, made my name and fame and boodle
Just like Mister Doodle did, by riding on a pony.
I love to listen to the Dixie strain,
I long to see the girl I left behind me.
That ain't a josh, she's a Yankee, by gosh!
Oh, say can you see anything about a Yankee that's a phony?


Father's name was Hezikiah,
Mother's name was Ann Maria [pronounced “Muh-rye-uh”].
Yanks through and through - Red, White and Blue
Father was so Yankee-hearted that when the Spanish war was started,
He slipped on a uniform and hopped upon a pony.
My mother's mother was a Yankee true,
My father's father was a Yankee too:
That's going some for the Yankees, by gum.
Oh, say can you see anything about my pedigree that's phony?


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